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Urinary dysfunction: assessment and management in stroke patients

28 September 2010

Nursing Standard

Learning Zone

Continence care is a high priority during the rehabilitative process following stroke. Effective continence care can significantly improve the quality of life of...

Urinary dysfunction: assessment and management in stroke patients

22 September 2010

Nursing Standard

CPD

Continence care is a high priority during the rehabilitative process following stroke. Effective continence care can significantly improve the quality of life of...

Urinary continence promotion and people with an intellectual disability

18 May 2018

Learning Disability Practice

Continence is regarded as a basic need and many continence problems can be addressed and managed effectively. People with an intellectual disability (ID) are at...
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